Charlie Miller wrote etree@archive about permission...here's the email:
"I would like to give permission for archive.org to include the flying other brothers.
I am the bands recording engineer and have spoken with the band. You have their OK...cm"
End 8/25/03 update.
Here's the email response from band member Roger MacNamee in response to my inquiry (also below) via the contact form on their website www.flyingotherbros.com:
Thanks for your message. The answer is "yes." Is there any way (as part of
the permission process) to ask that people who download our music send us
their email address? It's certainly not a requirement, but we're trying to
spread the word. Any help you can provide in this would be greatly
They can send it to me directly or enter it on the site
Flying Other Bros.
Sent: Friday, February 21, 2003 11:37 AM
Subject: Contact The Band
wilbur haines has filled out the Contact Form.
Comments: Re: Clarification of your tape trading policy.
Specifically, is it OK to pass on copies of audience recording CDs, or your
pay-it-forward "releases," on the non-profit,
traditional-kind-trading-standards downloading networks such as the
etree.org, archive.org, or furthurnet.org.
Pretty sure the answer is yes, but furthurnet.org in particular is reviewing
all the approved bands' policies right now, to confirm all the bands spread
there have citable, affirmative expressions of an OK, and I told them I'd
They have you listed as one of the bands that they may have to take down
unless we round up an explicit OK.
thanks. I enjoyed your stuff, btw. And YES, i sent it on.....